New Testament Greek Summer School at Newman University

10am-3.30pm, Monday 1st – Friday 5th July 2019

Newman University, Genners Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, B32 3NT

First Steps into the World of New Testament Greek

Would you like to hear and read the New Testament in the language in which it was originally written? Have you ever thought of learning New Testament Greek but were afraid that you were just not clever enough? Would you like to spend five days this summer having fun with a group of like-minded people as they begin to discover an old language that shaped the world?

First Steps into the World of New Testament Greek is a fun and informal 5 day course that introduces you to Koine Greek (the type of Greek used by the writers of the New Testament). It assumes absolutely no prior knowledge of the language and will begin with the alphabet. We will work as close as possible to New Testament texts (including working from some manuscripts) and by the end of the course you will be able to read simple sentences from the New Testament.

The structure of the course assumes no previous knowledge of foreign languages.

Follow the link to find out more.

Costs:

  • £150 or £30 per day
  • External students – £125 or £25 per day
  • Unwaged – £50 or £10 per day

Booking is essential. To register see the Newman University website or email ALLC300@newman.ac.uk or r.goode@staff.newman.ac.uk.

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